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Old January 30th, 2006, 08:41 PM
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Default Dreamweaver MX 2004, please help me, I'm new here

Ok, I'm new to this site, I am in middle school, so I'm not allowed to purchase anything over the internet. I'm working on a website for my school. and I'm trying to make a form with it. I followed the instructions step by step according this website
and I did everything, and now my school wants me to create a feedback thing with the form. I can create a form, the prob is that whenever you click submit a message pops up,I cant find the site right now, I could have SWORN I uploaded it...hmm...anyway, asap I will put down what it says. but a message pops up and wont allow you to send. I am the MASTER at computers in my 7th grade class. and I was the one who was messing around with computers and learned how to make rollover images. Could someone please tell me the HTML needed for the submit button?

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A submit button looks like this:

<input type="submit" value="Click Me" name="btnSubmit" />

However, I am not sure that's the answer you need. Can you describe the problem in some more detail?

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